Nissan’s Andrew Tavi, vice president, Legal and Government Affairs, Secretary and General Counsel, was named to Nashville Business Journal’s 2014 Best of the Bar, a list of Nashville’s best in the legal profession.
With nearly 150 Michiganders killed each year in accidents involving a teenage driver, Nissan is partnering with the Michigan Office of Highway Safety Planning (OHSP) to educate teens about the dangers of distracted driving through the ThinkFast® Interactive education program.
In recognition of the company’s significant progress in workforce diversity, DiversityInc Magazine has named Nissan to its Top 25 Noteworthy Companies for 2014. This honor recognizes the company’s advances in workforce diversity largely supported by the launch of 15 affinity groups that have given employees with a common background the opportunity to work together to accelerate progress and facilitate inclusion.
As more people consume information on the move, Nissan has launched a new, mobile responsive version of NissanNews.com that adapts to any smartphone or tablet, allowing media and consumers to fully experience Nissan's newsroom on all mobile devices.
Johnny Cash once sang, "T for Texas, T for Tennessee."* For adventurous Nissan owners, T could also stand for "travel" on a road trip between those two states on Thursday, April 24 and Friday, April 25.
Air is free, right? Tell that to the Nissan Energy Management Team who combed through countless miles of tubing in the compressed air system in U.S. manufacturing facilities and repaired enough leaks to save 11,300 megawatt hours of energy last year.